For some time, Nassau was one of the most popular travel destinations in the Caribbean, but now there is another attraction, Atlantis, the most extraordinary hotel resort in the world.
Despite the almost 2 million tourists who crowd into the capital of the Bahamas each year, Nassau has retained much of its historic and colonial charm. A statue in the harbor commemorates Christopher Columbus, explorer of the West Indian Islands and remarkable Genoese seafarer.
Since its inauguration in 1998, the Atlantis holiday resort on Paradise Island has attracted a large number of guests, and the Bridge Suite, with a total of 10 rooms and measuring 460 square metres costs no less than $25,000 night.
More than 20 restaurants cater for each and every culinary desire and offer everything from tasty snacks to luxurious gourmet experiences. But the main attraction of Atlantis is its huge underwater area, the biggest salt water aquarium in the world.
One of the latest attractions in Atlantis is the amazing water slides that are to be found in Power Tower that is situated in the hotel’s large water park. The fantastic constructions both inside and outside the buildings, plus the beauty of the surrounding Caribbean beaches, give the complex an overwhelming atmosphere.
At Cove Beach, several ingeniously constructed barrier reefs fend off powerful sea waves so that even novice swimmers can enjoy the wonders of the CARIBBEAN.
There is no other hotel in the world like the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, with its successful blend of Caribbean holiday fantasy and the legendary myth of Atlantis!